As a freelance and creative writer and editor with publishing experience, Abigail is highly educated in the craft of storytelling and editing.
If you’re interested in learning more about how writers dissect books, check out Abigail’s column “Let’s Talk Books.” This monthly column on DIY MFA’s website analyzes contemporary and classic fiction and nonfiction works at the paragraph level.
In addition to Abigail’s column, she has publishing experience as a special projects intern at Charlesbridge, where she coordinated and contributed to national and targeted social media, email, and print composition for Stuart J. Murphy’s bestselling series I See I Learn (among other marketing and sales responsibilities).
Finally, Abigail has valuable experience writing script coverage, proofreading, and copy editing material for timely publication. For instance, she edited articles for the Holistic Center at Bristol Square Wellness Blog and acted as a developmental editor for Janet Fontana’s memoir Gordon (I also was a beta reader and wrote reviews for Gabriela Pereira’s manuscript DIY MFA). In addition, Abigail provided weekly script coverage for Overbrook Entertainment (Will Smith’s production company), and she offers developmental editing, book coaching, and copy editing to creative writing students on a daily basis.
These experiences strengthened Abigail’s creative writing and editing skills (with a specialty in fiction and nonfiction manuscripts, blogs, articles, and scripts).
If you are interested in contacting Abigail for freelance writing or editing services, please visit her contact page! Thank you in advance for your interest!